She Loves You Uke tab by The Beatles

10 Chords used in the song: Em, A7, C, G, Bm, D, Em7, Cm, D7, G6

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Em Em    
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
A7 A7
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
C C G G
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

(G G) Em7 Em7
You think you've lost your love,
Bm Bm D D
well I saw her yesterday-yi-yay
G G Em7 Em7
It's you she's thinking of,
Bm Bm D D
And she told me what to say
G G Em Em
She says she loves you, and you know that can't be bad,
Cm Cm D D
Yes, she loves you, and you know you should be glad

G G Em7 Em7
She said you hurt her so
Bm Bm D D
She almost lost her mind
G G Em7 Em7
Now she says she knows,
Bm Bm D D
You're not the hurting kind
G G Em Em
She says she loves you and you know that can't be bad
Cm Cm D D
Yes, she loves you, and you know you should be glad. Ooh.

Chorus 1
Em Em
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
A7 A7
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
Cm Cm
With a love like that,
D7 D7 G G
You know you should be glad.

G G Em7 Em7
You know it's up to you
Bm Bm D D
I think it's only fair
G G Em7 Em7
Pride can hurt you too
Bm Bm D D
apologize to her
G G Em Em
Because she loves you, and you know that can't be bad
Cm Cm D D
Yes, she loves you, and you now you should be glad. Oooh.

Chorus 2
Em Em
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
A7 A7
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
Cm Cm
With a love like that,
D7 D7 G G Em Em
You know you should be glad
Cm Cm
With a love like that,
D D G G Em Em
You know you should be glad
Cm Cm
With a love like that,
D7 D7 G G
You know you should be glad
Em Em
Yeah, yeah, yeah
C C G6 G6
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

 

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About this song

According to the She Loves You Songfacts, this popularized the phrase "yeah, yeah, yeah." Paul McCartney's dad wanted them to sing "yes, yes, yes" instead because he thought it sounded more dignified.